Unfortified red wine?

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Felton Kuvalis asked a question: Unfortified red wine?
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Date created: Sat, Apr 24, 2021 12:31 PM
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Unfortified wine refers to all wines produced through the standard winemaking (either traditional or industrialized) achieved from nothing but fermented grape juice. This means your preferred red wine, white wine, rosé wine or sparkling wine is unfortified.

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Red wine is also rich in resveratrol, an antioxidant thought to aid conditions like heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, and certain types of cancer (5, 6, 7).

Jesus also gave thanks for the cup of unadulterated red wine and said: “This cup means the new covenant by virtue of my blood.” jw2019 Also, only an unadulterated red grape wine, such as Chianti, Burgundy, or a claret, should be used. jw2019

Aug 06, 2010 · What is the difference between fortified and unfortified wine? Red uses red grapes (only), white uses white, blush uses a combination of both, winelist.com/food-drink/wine/fortified-wines/f... Fortified Wines | Wine List. Fortified wines usually contain between 17 to 21 percent alcohol while ordinary unfortified wines can contain Another type of fortified wine is known as the icohol.com/best-red-wine

The vast majority of wines are unsweetened and unfortified without added spices or herbs. It’s easier for me to tell you which wines do have those qualities than list all the wines that do not. A fortified wine is one that has spirits added to it; examples of fortified wines include Port and Sherry.

Unfortified sweet red wine would not have more than approx. 10% alcohol: Yeast that ferments grape sugar into alcohol dies at about 15–16%. To achieve this level, yeast has to ferment all sugar in the grape juice, and the resulting wine is dry, not sweet.

Unadulterated red grape wine is the only appropriate reminder of Jesus’ shed blood. Christ’s blood was sufficient without additives, so the wine used should be just unsweetened, unfortified, red wine. If difficulty is foreseen in obtaining the emblems, then preparations could be made well in advance to obtain them.

Some present-day red wines, however, are unacceptable because they are fortified with spirits or brandy or have had herbs and spices added to them. Jesus’ blood was adequate, not needing anything to be added to it. Hence, such wines as port, sherry, and vermouth would not be suitable.

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